What is the realistic potential for
agriculture, forestry, and other land use sectors to enhance the uptake of CO2
from the atmosphere? This question will be answered by the LANDMARC research
project, which officially started on the 1st of July. Funded by the European Commission, the nineteen LANDMARC consortium partners will spend the next four years (2020-2024)
The LANDMARC project will enhance understanding in the area by providing better estimates of the realistic potential of land-based negative emission solutions in agriculture, forestry, and other land use sectors.
The research activities will deploy:
We encourage researchers to contact us to introduce themselves, their activity/project and express their area(s) of interest for possible collaboration with the LANDMARC team.
The LANDMARC project & WOCAT agreed to collaborate on:
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